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Morata calls time at Real Madrid

Morata heads for Chelsea

Morata makes his first team debut in 2010.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

The player made sporadic appearances for the first team and was a key figure for Real Madrid Castilla.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

The player made sporadic appearances for the first team and was a key figure for Real Madrid Castilla.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

Morata won the Euro U-21 in 2011 beating the Italian side in the final. The striker won the Golden Boot award with six goals.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

The striker became an official first team squad member in 2013 and bagged 9 goals in the campaign under Ancelotti.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

The striker became an official first team squad member in 2013 and bagged 9 goals in the campaign under Ancelotti.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

On July 18 2014 his moved to Serie A side Juventus was confirmed signing for four season with one optional. Madrid insisted in a buy-back clause in the deal which could be triggered after either the 2015-16 or 2016-17 seasons.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

On July 18 2014 his moved to Serie A side Juventus was confirmed signing for four season with one optional. Madrid insisted in a buy-back clause in the deal which could be triggered after either the 2015-16 or 2016-17 seasons.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

He reached the Champions League final in 2015 but the Italian side succumbed to Barcelona in the Berlin final.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

The forward made his Spain debut in 2014 against Belarus

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Morata heads for Chelsea

In the 2016/17 campaign following a return from Juve he managed 20 goals in 43 games but was never considered a key starter by Zidane.

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Morata heads for Chelsea

In the 2016/17 campaign following a return from Juve he managed 20 goals in 43 games but was never considered a key starter by Zidane.

Photo: PEPE ANDRES DIARIO AS

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Morata heads for Chelsea

In the 2016/17 campaign following a return from Juve he managed 20 goals in 43 games but was never considered a key starter by Zidane.

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